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reviewed Approve suggested edit on expressions tag wiki excerpt
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on culture tag wiki excerpt
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on grammar tag wiki excerpt
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awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
16
answered Why is 有 (yǒu) the only verb that requires 没 while other verbs can use 不?
Dec
16
answered Is this an exception in the use of 的?
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revised What are some common Chinese terms used when playing soccer
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revised What are some common Chinese terms used when playing soccer
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comment How do I decide whether to use 還是/还是 or 或者
You see the pattern here? When used reversely, you need to say two sentences here, instead of one sentence.
Dec
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on What are some common Chinese terms used when playing soccer
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16
comment What are some common Chinese terms used when playing soccer
This seems to be a good candidate for wiki.
Dec
16
comment How do I decide whether to use 還是/还是 or 或者
lol, that's correct. See my answer!
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answered How do I decide whether to use 還是/还是 or 或者
Dec
15
comment Methods/resources for improving formal/business Chinese?
+1 for mentioning 关系(guān xì), the most important thing you need to have in China.
Dec
15
comment How do I decide whether to use 可以, 会 or 能?
When I said mostly I was thinking maybe there were some cases that I didn't think of. They are interchangeable in all the cases that I can think of. :) I've updated the answer to include other meanings for 可以 and 能.
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revised How do I decide whether to use 可以, 会 or 能?
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comment How do I decide whether to use 可以, 会 or 能?
Yep, that's correct.
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revised How do I decide whether to use 可以, 会 or 能?
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answered How do I decide whether to use 可以, 会 or 能?
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comment How to translate “你给我滚” properly
** don't work for Chinese words unless you put spaces around them. See this question on meta. meta.chinese.stackexchange.com/questions/11/…